How to Install a U-Joint on a Chevy Truck?

Answer The universal joint, or U-joint, on the Chevy truck serves the very important function of transferring the torque and rotational speed of the engine to the rear drive wheels. The U-joint couples bo... Read More »

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How to Install a U Joint in a Chevrolet Truck?

Universal joints should be greased along with the suspension every 30,000 miles. To do this, it will be necessary to raise the rear wheels so the transmission can be put in neutral. The driveshaft ... Read More »

2002 Chevy Silverado Truck Repair: Upper Ball Joint Removal?

The ball joint on a 2002 Chevy Silverado serves several functions. One function, when operating properly, is to keep the tires flat on the ground as the rest of the suspension moves in relation to ... Read More »

How to Install a Driveshaft on a Chevy Truck?

On a rear-wheel drive truck, the driveshaft is the part that transfers the output from the transmission to the rear axle, which then turns the wheels. As such, it's a critical component to any truc... Read More »

How to Install a Disc in a Chevy Truck?

Many Chevy trucks of recent vintage feature disc brakes at the front wheels and most new Chevy trucks feature discs on all four wheels. The discs must be replaced when they become worn down at or b... Read More »